Farm Technology Group
The members of the Farm Technology Group see it as their mission "To enhance, exploit and disseminate the potential of technology in primary Agricultural production processes to fulfil the needs of mankind and nature in a sustainable way".
Measuring Airborne Microorganisms and Dust from Livestock Houses
Airborne transmission has been suspected to be responsible for epidemics of highly infectious disease in livestock production. In such transmission, the pathogenic microorganisms may associate
with dust particles.
Science yields impact when results are actually implemented and used in agricultural practice. Therefore the Farm Technology Group seeks support and collaboration with commercial companies and other research partners.
The Farm Technology Group is a main contributor to many courses related to biosystems engineering at BSc and MSc level.
The prevalence and risk factors of subclinical mastitis in water buffalo (Bubalis bubalis) in BangladeshResearch in Veterinary Science 158 (2023). - ISSN 0034-5288 - p. 17 - 25.
Size selectivity in adsorption of polydisperse starches on activated carbonCarbohydrate Polymers 309 (2023). - ISSN 0144-8617 - 12 p.
Evaporative water loss from dairy cows in climate-controlled respiration chambersJournal of Dairy Science 106 (2023)1. - ISSN 0022-0302 - 9 p.
Passive radio frequency identification and video tracking for the determination of location and movement of broilersPoultry Science 102 (2023)3. - ISSN 0032-5791
Improved generalization of a plant-detection model for precision weed controlComputers and Electronics in Agriculture 204 (2023). - ISSN 0168-1699